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. but when iraq is now. >> bill: kate,. >> iranians wanted in is now offering support to assad? >> bill: what you are talking about is theoretical but go back to my talking points. >> no it's not theoretical it's reality right now. >> bill: we don't know how iraq is going to deal with iran. iran is more powerful than iraq. you can't trust iraq and you can't trust afghanistan. you can't trust any of these people. they are not looking out for us. >> that's right. >> we have to further our own interest. >> bill: blood and treasure and to hope that the outcome is going to be favorable to the u.s.a. is just that, a hope. we can't be risking this kind of treasure and blood on a hope. you go in, you smack saddam hussein, you get the hell out. all right. now, i'm going to give each of you about 45 seconds to sum it it up. all right. kirsten, you go first. >> i disagree with you, bill, i don't even know what to do with that you are absolutely right it is too many people died. we spent too much money. there is too many people who are suffering now because of this at home, people with -- whether it's me
to join the battle against bashar assad. number two, two teenagers accused of killing a toddler who was in a stroller today made their first appearances before a judge. number one tonight, the supreme court set to hear two cases on gay marriage. first up tomorrow, the battle over california's ban on same sex marriage. then on wednesday, a challenge to a federal law that denies benefits to couples who are legally married in their home state and that's "the fox report's" top five. on this day in the year 1911 a deadly disaster forever changed the way america treats its workers when a fire broke out in the triangle shirt waist factory in new york city. located on floors of a 10 story building. place was something sort of a sweat shop. mostly young immigrant women came trapped. like many other companies of the time the owners had locked the doors during work hours leaving employee no, sir way to easily escape. all tolled, 146 people died. many of them jumped to their death. it would prompt a series of worker protection laws and regulations. the building still stands today, now part of n
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